B1 robot is a fully torque-controlled quadruped robot equipped with a Z1 Pro arm. The robot will part of our lab in Fall 2022, and is a key platform for legged loco-manipulation research. The arm mounted on the quadruped is used as a manipulator capable of interacting with its environment, but it can also be used as an extra limb in order to unlock nonconventional multi-contact transitions. The robot is equipped with several sensors for perception and state estimation.
Spot Martina is an agile mobile robot that navigates terrain with unprecedented mobility, allowing you to automate routine inspection tasks and data capture safely, accurately, and frequently. This platform is equipped with an robotic arm that is able to turn valves, flip levers, open doors, and manipulate objects. The robot has been part of our lab since Fall 2021, and is a key platform for legged navigation research.